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    Charcoal

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    Brindle

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    Burnt Ochre

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    Grey

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    Red

Properm permeable block paving can be used to create permeable pavements and road surfaces for professional applications. The contemporary rectangular profile allows for distinct patterns including herringbone, stretcher bond and basket weave.

Perfect for

Permeable pavements, low speed roads, car parks, driveways, footpaths, heavy industrial traffic (80mm), government/council projects, road infrastructure.

Size

210x100 available in 60mm and 80mm

Colours

Our colours are vibrant and their definition enables you to establish more prominent patterns, borders and contrasts where required.

Available in: Brindle, burnt ochre, charcoal, grey, red (other colours made to order).

Texture

The closed texture of our paving provides a professional look and reduces the ability of freeze/thaw to undermine the product, unlike the open texture alternatives on the market.

Slip Resistance

Independent tests confirm slip resistance values vastly superior to the standard.

Efflorescence

Curing of the concrete product in a climate controlled environment is vital to long term durability, reducing the occurrence of efflorescence and reducing breakages and waste, as the product is stored in its first days in the environment it requires for proper hydration. At time of writing, this is common in the world but makes us unrivalled in the UK.

Face Mix Technology

Face mix technology where the top layer of the product (the wearing and aesthetic surface) has enhanced characteristics. Modern plants in developed countries almost all apply this technology due to the wider industry accepted enhanced results it has on product durability and colour definition. We apply this to all paving products leading to many people asking if the product has been sealed where it had not. To put simply the wearing mix is mixed in an intensive mixer which utilises the higher dosages of pigment and cement far more efficiently than a standard concrete mixer used in through mix pavers, the latter of which is heading towards extinction on the continent and the USA.